Legal Question in Bankruptcy in Illinois


I need help filing bankruptcy. i have no job.

Asked on 1/28/09, 3:41 pm

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John Steele Steele Law Firm
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Bankruptcy is not a simple process to be laid out in LawGuru. I am not sure if you are asking for legal representation, or advice as to whether you should file. Please explain.

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Answered on 1/28/09, 3:51 pm
Robert D. Rotman Rotman & Elovitz, Ltd.
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Yes, you can file a bankruptcy without a job. However, If you are asking if you can do it yourself. The answer is yes, but under the new rules it is very difficult to file without an attorney. Without any monthly income, you will not be able to fund a chapt 13 plan. This will not effect a chapt 7 filing. If you have any specific questions, please call

Robert D. Rotman

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Answered on 1/28/09, 3:54 pm

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